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FOREWORD 



AS WE, THE STAFF, PRESENT THIS VOLUME 



OF THE SEA GULL TO THE GULF PARK 



STUDENTS WHO HAVE MOUNTED ON THE 



WiNGS OF ASPIRATION AND HOPE, WE 



TRUST THAT THEY WILL FIND IT A COM- 



PLETE LOG OF THEIR FLIGHT THROUGH 



THE SCHOOL YEAR 1941-42. 



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DEDICATION 



IN SALUTATION to one whose 
scholarly integrity makes her an 
excellent teacher and whose 
sincerity and sympathy make 
her a friend of the students, 
we, the Staff, dedicate, with 
genuine pleasure, the twenty- 
first volume of The Sea Gull 

TO 

MISS MAUDE FULSON 





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RICHARD G. COX 

President 
FLIGHT COMMANDER 



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Dean of Residence 
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RUPERT H. COOKE 

Business Manager 
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DESIGNING DEPARTMENT 

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WEST ENTRANCE OF ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 





LUCY LOUISE HATCHER 

Academic Dean 
SQUADRON COMMANDER 



ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 




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AT THE CONTROLS 

HOSTESSES 
Mrs. Rebecca Brashear 

Mrs. Hester Donaldson 



Mrs. Rith Marsh 



Mrs. Hesta McElroy 



Mrs. Bessie Peets 



Mrs. Oguerita M. Polk 



Mrs. Ethel Schilling 

Mrs. Maude Thompson 



Mrs. Exna Throgmorton 



Eleanor Brashear 

Assistant Librarian 



Mrs. Judith Daugherty 

Dietitian 

Mrs. Julia LeMieux 
Infirmarian 



STAFF SERGEANTS 



Willie Allen 
Bursar 



Aline Wetherbee 



Rith Morgan 



Kate Wetherbee 



Dorothy Adams 

(Not in picture) 




LIEUTENANTS 



Carol Beachler 
Spanish, French 



Connie Clough 

Speech, Theatre Arts 



Lucille Crighton 

History, English 



Albert V. Davies 

Director of Music 
Department 



Edmond de Jaive 

Romance Languages 



Willietta Evans 

English 



Maude Fulson 

History 



Ida Mae Goe 

Speech, Theatre Arts 



Mary Minge Graham 

Dancing 



Lulu Daniel Hardy 

Social Sciences 



May Burrows Hickerson 
Accompanist 



Sybil Knoth 
Science 



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LIEUTENANTS 



Ann Maodox 

Physical Education 



Dorothy Milden 

Librarian 



Frances Morris 

Mathematics, English 



Sue Mullins 

Business Administration 



Christine Northrop 

Bookbinding 



Mary Reagor 
Spanish, French 



Helen Simmers 
Secretary 



Lois Smith 

Voice 



Cecil Ramsay 

Home Economics 



Elizabeth Sherbon 

Dancing 



Indie Sinclair 

Physical Education, 
Riding 



Sarah K. Smith 
Art 




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I\ ill MORI/til 



JAMES EMMETT REEVES 

Died September 28, 1941 

"I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, 
from whence cometh my help." 



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EAGLES 



SENIOR CLASS 




Miss Willjetta Evans Edenton, N. C. 

Sponsor of Senior Class 



Marian Hoover Owensboro, Ky. 

A X 2 

President, Senior Class; Vice-President, Delta Chi; A. A.; 
Samovar Club; Kentucky Club; Statistics. 



A Whitcomb drawing . . . That artistic ability . . . Inter- 
est in the Air Corps . . . Winston — Keep 'em flying! 
... Our Miss Gulf Park. 





Sloan Hawkins Hattiesburg, Miss. 

A A 2 

Vice-President, Senior Class; Treasurer, Delta Alpha; 
Bit and Spur Club; A. A.; Mississippi Club. 

Half ownership in Hawkins, Inc. . . . Immune to the 

Army at her front door . . . The modern Southern Belle 

. . . "Slave" driver. 



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SENIOR CLASS 



Barbara LaVelle North Platte, Neb. 

A A 2 

Secretary, Senior Class; President, A. A.; Practical Arts 
Club. 

"Anyone going to Little Man's?" . . . Demerits? . . . Just 

prowling on third and a midnight feast . . . Bouncing 

hockey balls, dancing, and tennis . . . Those awful pink 

slacks ! 





Betty Badgley Anderson, Ind. 

A A 2 

Treasurer, Senior Class; Jet Maskers; Bit and Spur Club; 
Indiana Club. 

Unobtrusive ways, wavy hair . . . Admirer of the biology 

frogs . . . "Oh, fish-feathers!" ... "I think I'll get a 

phone call." 



Lily Belle Anderson Hastings, Neb. 

2 * I 

Secretary, Sigma Psi ; President, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; 
A. A. ; Middlewestern States Club. 

"Pensacola, here I come!" . . . There is no place like 

Nebraska . . . Flaxen hair, gray-green eyes . . . "Can't go 

Friday — got to wash my hair." 




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SENIOR CLASS 




Dorothy Ann Babb . . . Oklahoma City, Okla. 

A x 2 

Glee Club; Coast Club; Oklahoma Club. 

Infectious laugh, candid eyes . . . Conscientir.us, lover of 

books . . . Saturday afternoon operas . . . Dreamer in a 

world of her own. 



Muriel Barker 



. Glenn Ellyn, 111. 



A A 2 



Vice-President, Delta Alpha; Tammy Howl Staff; Glee 
Club; A. A.; Illinois Club; Statistics. 



Versatile nightingale, "One Kiss'' . . . Poised to perfec- 
tion . . . Sailing with Bill . . . "Parlez-vous francais?" 





Becky Bemis Sheboygan, Wis. 

2 * I 

Samovar Club; Bit and Spur Club; Middle Western 
States Club. 

Sheboygan — goiman — accent . . . Glossy hair, outstand- 
ing clothes . . . Camp Shelby, Philadelphia, Ral Cal — 
our pal . . . "What does your father do?" 



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SENIOR CLASS 



Janellen Boggess Lawrenceburg, Ky. 

A X 2 
Kentucky Club. 

Clothes galore, lazy hats . . . From Kentucky, you bet! 

. . . Hasn't missed a show In years . . . "Come on make 

a fourth." 









Jane Brockman McKinney, Texas 

2 * I 
Sea Gull Staff; A. A.; Dance League; Texas Club. 

Constant trips home . . . Shoes of every kind . . . That 

Texan friendliness . . . Keeps Nieman's in business . . . 

"Jane, Austin's calling." 



Catherine Brown Gulfport, Mies. 

A A 2 

Treasurer, Jet Maskers; Sea Gull Staff; Dance League; 
A. A.; Coast Club. 

Dramatics and long brown hair . . . Strictly Southern . . . 
Crooner of "Blues in the Night" . . . "Well, honestly!" 




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SENIOR CLASS 




Theo Clarke Clinton, Iowa 

A A 2 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Bit and Spur Club; A. A.; Iowa 
Club. 

Unostentatious manner . . . Slenderness and blond hair 

. . . Petite, angora sweaters . . . Following the footsteps 

of scholarly attainment. 



Charlene Colnot Cincinnati, Ohio 

A X 2 

Bit and Spur Club; Samovar Club; Dance League; Prac- 
tical Arts Club ; Ohio Club. 



Dry wit and quick perception . . . Titian hair, neatly ar- 
ranged . . . Acquired "you-all" accent ... A new bridge 
fiend. 





Frances Cooke Gulfport, Miss. 

2 * I 

President, Phi Theta Kappa; Tammy Howl Staff; Bit 

and Spur Club; Samovar Club; Practical Arts Club; 

A. A.; Coast Club. 



"Cookie" . . . Determination . . . Student par-excellence, 

but also . . . "Ken you guess who I saw Saturday night?" 

. . . Art, musty books, and new acquaintances. 



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SENIOR CLASS 



Margaret Corbett Lufkin, Texas 

A x 2 
Samovar Club; Texas Club. 

Honest-to-goodness Texan . . . Snappy comebacks, no- 
body's fool . . . Clothes, more clothes . . . Plenty of nerve. 





Bernadine Daigle Church Point, La. 

A X 2 
Bit and Spur Club; Jet Maskers; Louisiana Club. 

No. i phone call receiver . . . That baby hair cut . . . 
Modest? Oh my, \es . . . How was the Sigma Psi Dance? 



Gladys Duhe . New Iberia, La. 

2 * I 

Vice-President, Practical Arts Club; A. A.; Louisiana 
Club. 

Fragile beauty, our old-fashioned girl . . . Your big sur- 
prise at Christmas . . . Gosh ! he's lucky . . . Who could 
be sweeter? 




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SENIOR CLASS 




Belle Dye Washington, Kan. 

A A 2 
Jet Maskers; Dance League; Middle Western States Club. 

Diamond earrings, bridge fiend . . . Kansas, oh Kansas . . . 

Monday morning breakfasts . . . Phychology charts at three 

in the morning. 



Grace Famularo Gulfport, Miss. 

A A 2 

Samovar Club; Coast Club. 

Merry brown thrush, Loyola . . . Oh, how I'd line to 

work at Keesler! . . . Pre-Raphaelite, Frangipani . . . 

Kindliness. 





Caroline Flagg Gulfport, Miss. 

A A 2 
President, Coast Club; A. A.; Phi Theta Kappa. 

Laughing blue eyes, wide awake grin . . . Coast Club 
leader, initiative, energy . . . "Coin' somewhere this week- 
end" . . . Page boy bob. 



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SENIOR CLASS 



Jackie Fraser Milwaukee, Wis. 

2 ¥ I 

President, Samovar Club; Sea Gull Staff; A. A.; Middle 
Western States Club. 

The dimpled twin, gaily dances ... A sunrise over Pensa- 

cola Bay . . . An artist's fingers . . . Perfectly at home in 

an apron. 





Jill Fraser Milwaukee, Wis. 

2 * I 

President, Practical Arts Club; Glee Club; Middle West- 
ern States Club. 



Short skirts, long hair . . . Singing half, sleeping beaut) 
. . . Milwaukee "Schlitz" . . . One of milk maids. 



Robhie Frve . . Griffin, Ga. 

2 * I 

Secretary, Practical Arts Club; Jet Maskers; A. A.; 
Dance League; Georgia Club. 

Sweaters . . . Oh! . . . Can openers and soup . . . "How 
about a cig?" . . . Jitterbug from a way back when . . . 
St. Louis Woman . . . "Have you ever been to a Tenn- 
essee fish Frve ?" 




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SENIOR CLASS 




Betty Garrett Shreveport, La. 

2 * I 

Jet Maskers; President, Bit and Spur Club; A. A.; Louis- 
iana Club. 

Glen Miller's music . . . Fortune teller . . . Self-starter 
. . . Trips to New Orleans . . . Horses and bridle paths. 



Joyce Gaubert Thibodaux, La. 

A A 2 

Practical Arts Club; Bit and Spur Club; Samovar Club; 
Louisiana Club. 

Mademoiselle with a domestic air . . . Gracious hostess . . . 

friendly disposition . . . Likes a good bridge game . . . 

Magnolia cups . . . sugar cane. 





June Gillis Gulfport, Miss. 

A A 2 

Reporter for Coast Club. 

Calm manner, mysterious ways . . . Airplane interest, 

horror of war . . . Pleated skirts, bright colored jackets 

. . . "Me like your 'Tack' nique." 



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SENIOR CLASS 



Marne Graff Appleton, Wis. 

2 * I 

Business Manager, Sea Gull; Jet Maskers; Glee Club; 
Middle Western States Club. 

Violins and chapels . . . That Southern Wisconsin drawl! 

. . . Your fraternity pins ... A Yankee, indeed . . . 

But not for long. 





Virginia Hawkins Mattoon, III. 

2 * i 

Jet Maskers; Bit and Spur Club; Glee Club; A. A.; 
Dance League; Illinois Club. 

Other half ownership in Hawkins, Inc. . . . That pretty 

printing . . . "Make me get up!" . . . Honey colored 

hair, "Frecks." 



Betty Hazell . Winona, Minn 

2 * I 

Vice-President, Sigma Psi ; Vice-President, Y. W. C. A. ; 
Orchestra; A. A.; Middle Western States Club. 



"The very pulse of the machine" . . . Snows, fur coat, 

sleds, Luckies, hockey, basketball, tennis . . . Good humor, 

wit, wisdcm. 




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SENIOR CLASS 




Betty Hopkins Gulfport, Miss. 

A A 2 

Secretary-Treasurer, Phi Theta Kappa; Tammy Howl 
Staff; Samovar Club; Coast Club. 

Light, flighty, China doll . . . Dainties, pink and blue 

. . . "What have you 'Haine' doing for the Army?" 

. . . Brilliant and artistic. 



Virginia Jacoby Alton, III. 

a x ^ 

Bit and Spur Club; A. A.; Illinois Club. 



That Christmas present from Panama . . . How tall is 
your brother, Jake? . . . Ecstasies over uniforms, Navy pre- 
ferred . . . Still waters. 





Geralyn Karst Pass Christian, Miss. 

Dance League; Coast Club. 

Blue-eyed Colleen . . . Oh, Captain, My Captain . . . 
Happy disposition . . . Vivacious, imaginative. 



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SENIOR CLASS 



Barbara Kuhn Marion, Ark. 

A x 2 
Sea Gull Staff; A. A.; Arkansas Club. 



Arkansas drawl . . . Cowboy boots . . . "01' gal" 
Steam engine forward . . . Honor roll eutie. 





Dorothy Kuhn Marion, Ark. 

A x 2 

Samovar Club; A. A.; Arkansas Club. 

Old girl, you're tops . . . Your jeans and boots . . . Bridge 
and basketball . . . You put Arkansas on our maps. 



Evelyn Luehrmann Waveland, Miss. 

A x ^ 

A. A.; Coast Club. 

Glamorous evening dresses . . . Valentine candy . . . Snug- 

glebunnies . . . Black convertible cars . . . Madonna (?) 

of the Evening Flowers. 




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SENIOR CLASS 




Jane Ann McCall Gulfport, Miss. 

A A 2 

Phi Theta Kappa; A. A.; Coast Club. 

"Twinkle, twinkle little star!" . . . Broadwater Beach 
dances ... "I got it bad, and that ain't good!" . . . Pep- 
permint, gingerale, Variety. 



Margaret McCorkle .... Webb City, Mo. 

2 * I 

President, Sigma Psi ; Bit and Spur Club; A. A.; Sta- 
tistics; Missouri Club. 

Blue violets after rain . . . Trips to New Orleans . . . 

Vogue, vitality, venturesomeness . . . "Hail, hail, the 

gang's all here!" 





Sue Mitchell Crawfordsvillc, Ind. 

2 * I 
Jet Makers; Charlemagne Club; Indiana Club. 

A small piece of dynamite . . . Brown-eyed Susan . . . 

"Anyone got a match?" . . . Ginger snaps, and underlying 

currents. 



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SENIOR CLASS 



Mary Lou Murphy Gulfport, Miss. 

A A 2 
Vice-President, Coast Club; A. A. 

Dreamy blue eyes . . . Corsages of sweet peas and forget- 
me-nots . . . Bridge and "coke" parties . . . Slow waltzes 
and solt lights. 





Bonnie Murray Middleton, Ohio 

a x 2 

President, Dance League; Vice-President, Glee Club; Bit 
and Spur Club; A. A.; Ohio Club. 

Dangling earrings, a string of pearls . . . Wide-brimmed 

hats, large soft eyes . . . Neat as a pin, sentimental ways 

. . . "Our Town," harmcny, sonatas, Prima Donna. 



Rena Nelson . Gulfport, Miss. 

A x 2 
Secretary, Coast Club; A. A. 

Red curls that bounce around . . . Sunburn cream, friend- 
ly chatter . . . Dancing nights and sleepy days . . . Micro- 
scopist. 




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SENIOR 



CLASS 




Sally Peets Gulfport, Miss. 

A X 2 

Treasurer, Delta Chi; Tammy Howl Staff; Phi Theta 
Kappa; Jet Maskers; A. A.; Coast Club. 

"Gosh! I wish I went to L. S. U.!" . . . Sea-shells, pink 
Easter rabbits, Dresden China . . . I Want to Be An 

Actress . . . Trailing arbutus. 



Grace Pepperman Chicago, 111. 

a x 2 

Editor-in-Chief, Tammy Howl; Phi Theta Kappa; Dance 
League; Bit and Spur Club; Illinois Club. 

Snappy Chicago talker . . . Slim boyish figger . . . Slacks 

her specialty . . . An analytical "quack" . . . Captain's 

Dr. Pepper. 





Sarah Lou Ragland .... Texarkana, Texas 

2 * i 

Dance League; A. A.; Texas Club. 

East Texas drawl . . . Light blond hair . . . Sweaters 

and skirts exclusively . . . Shows every Sunday . . . "If 

they don't stop ringing those bells, I'll " . . . "Speedy, 

he's a goon." 



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SENIOR CLASS 



Harriet Ray Ocala, Fla. 

A X 2 

Vice-President, A. A.; Sea Gull Staff; V. W. C. A. 
Cabinet; Practical Arts Club; Florida Club. 



Gorgeous eyes, dances like mad . . . "Someone help me 

write this" . . . "Nicer than ice and rice" . . . Baby Ray 

. . . Cute Southern accent. 





Betty Robinson 



. . . Mexico City, Mexico 
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President, Glee Club; Secretary, Y. W. C. A.; Jet Mask- 
ers; Practical Arts Club; A. A.; Western States Club. 

Those sunsets at Acapulco! . . . Romance of Xochimilco 

. . . "A perfect woman nobly planned" ... A song with 

words. 



Julia Sefton 



a A 2 



. Anderson, Ind. 



President, Jet Maskers; Secretary, Delta Alpha; Bit and 
Spur Club; Indiana Club. 

Duck walk and unmatched socks . . . "Eureka" and in- 
cessant clatter . . . Scatterbrained ... A perfect panic . . . 
Originality and sportsmanship. 




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SENIOR 



LASS 




Juanita Sexton Ashland, Ky. 

A X 2 

President, Delta Chi; Secretary, Jet Makers; A. A.; Dance 
League; Bit and Spur Club; Kentucky Club. 

Pensacola dances, worlds of fun ... A blessing without 

disguise . . . Eyes with a devilish sparkle . . . "What 

day is it?" 



Betty Jim Shelton Amanita, Texas 

A A s 

President, Delta Alpha; Treasurer, Practical Arts Club; 
A. A.; Texas Club. 

A Texan through and through . . . Luscious complexion 

. . . Scatterbrained? She says so . . . San Diego or Austin 

— they're lucky. 





Harriet Sorel Wilmette, 111. 

A A 2 
Jet Maskers; A. A.; Samovar Club; Illinois Club. 

"Have you tasted the lobsters at Arnaud's?" . . . Chestnut 

hair, big brown eyes . . . Interest in athletics . . . The 

Ace takes it ! 



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SENIOR CLASS 



Virginia Thomas Santa Fe, N. M. 

2 * I 

Editor-in-Chief, Sea Gull; Secretary, Bit and Spur Club; 

Phi Theta Kappa; A. A.; Jet Maskers; Charlemagne 

Club; Western States Club. 



Mesas and sunburnt hills . . . Riding breeches, spurs, quirt 

. . . Psychology wizard . . . All the classic Muses ... If 

she really smiles at you, you love her. 





Eve Van Delden Monroe, La. 

A A 2 
A. A.; Glee Club; Louisiana Club. 

"Oh, for heaven's sakes!" . . . Alarm clocks, chocolate cov- 
ered raisins . . . Thrilling voice, Sweeter 'n the sweetest 
. . . New York, oh, New York ! 



Jo Winkler Wichita, Kan. 

2 * I 

Sea Gull Staff; A. A.; Kansas Club. 



Striped socks and gardenias . . . Walks in the rain . . . 

Tailored slacks . . . Full of sportsmanship and generosity 

. . . "Where's Jo?" — "Asleep.'' 




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The seniors are winning! . . . Waiting for that taxi again. . . . Roommates. . . . Ready 



for church. 



Your date's here, 
days. . 



Maria learns from Ginnie. . . . Belle's palmy 
Sunday afternoon. 



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In the court. . . . Here comes that bus. ... "A knight there was." . . . Hail and farewell. 

. . . Gulf Park label. . . . Return engagement. . . . Headed for the "Y" Hut. . . . 

A sisterly scheme. . . . Pensacola bound. . . . After the ball game is over. 



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COLLEGE SPECIALS 

Jackie Hancock Louisville, Kentucky 

Sigma Psi Iota, Samovar Club, Dance League, Kentucky Club. 

Helen Harlin Wichita Falls, Texas 

Delta Alpha Sigma, Samovar Club, Texas Club. 

Betty Claire Hilgers Albany, Georgia 

Delta Alpha Sigma, Y Cabinet, Georgia Club. 

Jacqueline Hurst Pampa, Texas 

Secretary of Delta Chi Sigma, Texas Club. 

Wilma Jane Williams Wichita Falls, Texas 

Delta Alpha Sigma, Texas Club. 



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SERVICE GIRLS 



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JUNIORS 



Miss Cecil Ramsay Sponsor 

Josephine Schillig Mississippi 

President, Junior Class; A. A.; Statistics; Orchestra; Glee Club; Y 
Cabinet; Representative on Athletic Board; Mississippi Club; Sigma Psi. 

June Strom Illinois 

Vice-President, Junior Class; Y Cabinet; A. A.; Bit and Spur Club; 
Statistics; Samovar Club; Illinois Club; Sigma Psi. 

WiLMA Schausten Illinois 

Secretary, Junior Class; Sigma Psi. 

Jean Smith Texas 

Treasurer, Junior Class; Tammy Howl Staff; Glee Club; A. A.; Sta- 
tistics; Texas Club; Delta Alpha, 

Ann Allison Louisiana 

A. A.; Louisiana Club; Sigma Psi. 

Marion Anderson Arkansas 

Jet Maskers; Bit and Spur Club; A. A.; Arkansas Club; Practical Arts; 
Sigma Psi. 

Shirley Anderson Iowa 

Iowa Club; Sigma Psi. 

Katie Arnall Georgia 

Samovar Club; Dance League; Georgia Club; Sigma Psi. 

Carolyn Balph Oklahoma 

Samovar Club; A. A.; Bit and Spur Club; Oklahoma Club; Delta Chi. 

Hetty Jo Beck Oklahoma 

Y Cabinet; Bit and Spur Club; A. A.; Orchestra; Oklahoma Club; 
Sigma Psi; Phi Theta Kappa. 

Barbara Brewer Illinois 

Jet Maskers; Dance League; Samovar Club; Bit and Spur Club; Illinois 
Club; Delta Chi. 

Anne Buckler Texas 

Bit and Spur Club; Texas Club; Delta Chi. 

Louise Burno Illinois 

Jet Maskers; A. A.; Glee Club; Bit and Spur Club; Charlemagne Club; 
Phi Theta Kappa; Illinois Club; Delta Alpha. 

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JUNIORS 

Suzanne Carter Virginia 

Delta Chi. 

Miriam Cedar Illinois 

A. A.; Illinois Club; Charlemagne Club; Delta Chi. 

Martha Chapman Mississippi 

Samovar Club; Coast Club; Delta Chi. 

Frankie Ann Coldren Arkansas 

A. A.; Dance League; Arkansas Club; Delta Chi. 

Marie Cottingham Kentucky 

A. A.; Dance League; Kentucky Club; Delta Chi. 

Betty Crapo Indiana 

Practical Arts Club; Indiana Club; Charlemagne Club; Delta Alpha. 

Beulah Denton Tennessee 

Practical Arts Club; A. A.; Dance League; Tennessee Club; Delta Chi. 

Evelyn Dollar Kentucky 

A. A.; Kentucky Club; Charlemagne Club; Delta Chi, 

Margaret Eby Texas 

A. A.; Bit and Spur Club; Charlemagne Club; Texas Club; Sigma Psi. 

Anne Edwards Mississippi 

Coast Club; Delta Alpha. 

Ann England . . Mississippi 

Practical Arts Club; Sea Gull Staff; A. A.; Mississippi Club; Sigma Psi. 

Helen Ewing Mississippi 

Sea Gull Staff, A. A.; Bit and Spur Club; Coast Club; Delta Chi. 

Betty Joa Floyd Illinois 

Practical Arts Club; Illinois Club; Sigma Psi. 

Lucy Lee Ganier Mississippi 

Dance League; Jet Maskers; Glee Club; Mississippi Club; Sigma Psi. 

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Jacqueline Garner Alabama 

A. A.; Glee Club; Dance League; Alabama Club; Sigma Psi, 

Marian Gault Missouri 

A. A.; Samovar Club; Sea Gull Staff; Missouri Club; Phi Theta 
Kappa; Sigma Pri. 

Gerald ne George Louisiana 

Glee Club; Louisiana Club; Sigma Psi. 

Iwee Gholson Alabama 

Practical Arts Club; Alabama Club; Delta Chi. 

Martha Glover Indiana 

A. A.; Indiana Club; Sigma Psi. 

Dorothy Anne Gosman Montana 

A. A.; Bit and Spur Club; Western States Club; Sigma Psi. 

Barbara Gould Kentucky 

Dance League; Jet Maskers; Kentucky Club; Sigma Psi. 

Minnie Lou Harding Louisiana 

Dance League; Jet Maskers; Louisiana Club; Sigma Psi. 

Joan Hargrave Ohio 

Glee Club; Practical Arts Club; Bit and Spur Club; Ohio Club; 
Sigma Psi. 

Shirley Harris Iowa 

A. A.; Dance League; Iowa Club; Sigma Psi. 

Suzanne Heath Missouri 

Charlemagne Club; Missouri Club; Delta Chi. 

Rosemary Hermann Texas 

Jet Maskers; Dance League; Texas Club; Delta Alpha. 

Emma Jo Hill West Virginia 

Coast Club; Sigma Psi. 

Harriott Holland Texas 

Bit and Spur Club; Dance League; Texas Club; Delta Chi. 
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JUNIORS 

Inez Hooge Alabama 

A. A.; Jet Maskers; Glee Club; Alabama Club; Delta Chi. 

Emily Hunt Kentucky 

A. A.; Kentucky Club; Delta Chi. 

Jean Hurley Arkansas 

Samovar Club; Arkansas Club; Sigma Psi . 

Ruth Jacobs Illinois 

Bit and Spur Club; Illinois Club; Sigma Psi . 

Betty Anne Jamison South Carolina 

Dance League; Jet Maskers; Georgia Club; Sigma Psi. 

Royce Jeffry Arkansas 

Bit and Spur Club; Arkansas Club; Sigma P<i. 

Mary Frances Jemison Alabama 

Practical Arts Club; A. A.; Glee Club; Alabama Club; Delta Chi. 

Betty Anne Jones Kentucky 

A. A.; Dance League; Kentucky Club; Sigma Psi. 

Joyce Jopp Mississippi 

Practical Arts Club; Mississippi Club; Sigma Psi. 

Patsy Karst Mississippi 

Dance League; Coast Club. 

Charlotte Kennedy Alabama 

A. A.; Jet Maskers; Alabama Club; Sigma Psi. 

Mary Jo Kishler Ohio 

A. A.; Bit and Spur Club; Ohio Club; Delta Alpha. 

Eleanor Lambert Mississippi 

Mississippi Club; Delta Alpha. 

Genevieve Leake South Carolina 

A. A.; Bit and Spur Club; Dance League; Samovar Club; Jet Maskers; 
Georgia Club; Sigma Psi. 

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JUNIORS 



Mary Lou Leist Ohio 

Practical Arts Club; Ohio Club; Delta Alpha. 

Betty Ann McAfee Texas 

Samovar Club; Glee Club; Dance League; A. A.; Y Cabinet; Texas 
Club; Delta Alpha. 

Patricia McCord Arkansas 

Bit and Spur Club; Glee Club; Arkansas Club; Sigma Psi. 

Ruth McKay Illinois 

Bit and Spur Club; Jet Maskers; Illinois Club; Delta Chi. 

Mary Helen McMakin Texas 

Jet Maskers; A. A.; Glee Club; Texas Club; Delta Alpha. 

Ada McNeel Georgia 

A. A.; Samovar Club; Dance League; Practical Arts Club; Georgia 
Club; Sigma Psi. 

Virginia Meiners Illinois 

Bit and Spur Club; Samovar Club; Illinois Club; Sigma Psi. 

Mary Louise Menger Mississippi 

Coast Club; Delta Alpha. 

Miriam Mire Louisiana 

A. A.; Tammy Howl Staff; Louisiana Club; Sigma Psi. 

Martha Morgan Louisiana 

Louisiana Club; Sigma Psi. 

Virginia Nenon Virginia 

Practical Arts Club; Samovar Club; Dance League; Delta Alpha. 

Jacqlteline Parker Louisiana 

Louisiana Club; Delta Chi. 

Rose Ann Pearson Texas 

Sea Gull Staff; Jet Maskers; Texas Club; Delta Chi. 

Emmy Lou Powell Indiana 

Jet Maskers; Indiana Club; Delta Chi. 
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JUNIORS 

Ann Raborn Texas 

Jet Maskers; Texas Club; Delta Chi. 

Mary Frances Regenold Arkansas 

A. A.; Dance League; Arkansas Club; Delta Alpha. 

BlLLiE Ritter Texas 

Samovar Club; Texas Club; Delta Alpha. 

Lois Roberts California 

Tammy Howl Staff; A. A.; Jet Maskers; Western States Club; Sta- 
tistics; Delta Chi. 

Cecille Rosenblum Mississippi 

Coast Club; Delta Alpha. 

Mary Beth Rucks Texas 

Practical Arts Club; Dance League; Jet Maskers; Glee Club; Texas 
Club; Delta Chi. 

Katherine Runnels Georgia 

A. A.; Samovar Club; Dance League; Georgia Club: Delta Alpha. 

Frances Schaefer Texas 

Glee Club; Practical Arts Club; Jet Maskers; Texas Club; Delta Chi. 

Patricia Schultz Illinois 

Jet Maskers; Illinois Club; Sigma Psi. 

Margaret Selby Iowa 

Sea Gull Staff; Bit and Spur Club; Practical Arts Club; Jet Maskers; 
Iowa Club; Sigma Psi. 

Robin Sheets Nebraska 

Phi Theta Kappa; Glee Club; Middle Western States Club; Delta 
Alpha. 

Pauline Smith Missouri 

Phi Theta Kappa; Tammy Howl Staff; Bit and Spur Club; A. A.; Glee 
Club; Missouri Club; Charlemagne Club; Delta Chi. 

Catherine Steely Illinois 

A. A.; Glee Club; Illinois Club; Delta Chi. 

Dorothy Stevenson New Mexico 

Phi Theta Kappa; Sea Gull Staff; A. A.; Jet Maskers; Charlemagne 
Club; Western States Club; Sigma Psi. 







JUNIORS 



Mary Stevenson Missouri 

Jet Maskers; Missouri Club; Sigma Psi . 

Mary D. Stewart Kentucky 

Phi Theta Kappa; A. A.; Jet Maskers; Bit and Spur Club; Charlemagne 
Club; Kentucky Club; Delta Chi. 

Rosemary Stoner Mississippi 

Tammy Howl Staff; Y Cabinet; Mississippi Club; Delta Chi. 

Dorothy Taylor Louisiana 

Practical Arts Club; Bit and Spur Club; Louisiana Club; Delta Alpha. 

Jeanne Taylor Illinois 

Phi Theta Kappa; Sea Gull Staff; Charlemagne Club; Illinois Club; 
Sigma Psi. 

Eleanor Thomas Missouri 

A. A.; Bit and Spur Club; Missouri Club; Sigma Psi. 

Barbara Thompson Indiana 

A. A.; Coast Club; Sigma Psi. 

Margaret Jane Tucker Oklahoma 

Oklahoma Club; Delta Chi. 

Josephine Van Anglen Missouri 

Practical Arts Club; Dance League; Missouri Club; Sigma Psi. 

Barbara Van Meter Illinois 

A. A.; Samovar Club; Illinois Club; Delta Alpha. 

Betty Vickers Arkansas 

Bit and Spur Club; Arkansas Club; Delta Chi. 

Lois Watkins Illinois 

A. A.; Glee Club; Illinois Club; Sigma Psi. 

Margaret Wellons Georgia 

Business Manager of Tammy Howl; Georgia Club; Sigma Psi. 

Mary Berry Wheeler Arkansas 

Dance League; Arkansas Club; Charlemagne Club; Sigma Psi. 
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JUNIORS 

Bitsy White Alabama 

A. A.; Dance League; Jet Maskers; Glee Club; Alabama Club; Sigma 
Psi. 

Etta Jane Wilkinson Indiana 

A. A.; Jet Maskers; Indiana Club; Delta Alpha. 

Darryl Wilson Tennessee 

A. A.; Dance League; Jet Maskers; Tennessee Club; Sigma Psi. 

Jane Wilson Louisiana 

Samovar Club; Louisiana Club; Sigma Psi. 

Ethor Wootten Illinois 

A. A.; Samovar Club; Illinois Club; Delta Alpha. 

Ann Young Oklahoma 

Oklahoma Club; Delta Chi. 

Jewell Younger Louisiana 

A. A.; Samovar Club; Louisiana Club; Delta Chi. 

Dorothy Zachry Georgia 

Dance League; Georgia Club; Sigma Psi. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Arnell Bridges Louisiana 

A. A.; Bit and Spur Club; Louisiana Club; Sigma Psi. 

Patricia Cranfill Texas 

Samovar Club; Texas Club; Delta Chi. 

Maye Webb Foster Georgia 

Dance League; Georgia Club; Delta Alpha. 

Anne McGreevy Ohio 

Ohio Club; Delta Chi. 

Maria Orlich Costa Rica 

Sigma Psi. 











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Sunday afternoons and campus dates. . . . Riding in the sea breeze. . . . Waiting for 

Cameron. . . . On the pier. . . . Posing as models. . . . Strollers on the beach. . . . 

Ready for a sun tan. . . . On tour at the Inn-by-the-Sea. . . . Smile, Mary D. 



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(AD E T S 



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Miss May Burrows Hickerson Sponsor 

Naomi Sibbitt, President Nebraska 

Delta Alpha Sigma; Practical Arts Club; Middle Western States Club. 

Marion Wilbert, Vice-President Louisiana 

Delta Chi Sigma; Bit and Spur Club; A. A.] Jet Maskers; Glee Club; Louisiana Club. 



SOPHOMORES 

Margery Mack, Secretary-Treasurer Missouri 

Delta Alpha Sigma; A. A.; Bit and Spur Club; Missouri Club. 

Mary Ellen Banks Georgia 

Delta Alpha Sigma; A. A.; Bit and Spur Club; Georgia Qub. 

Sarah Boyd Mississippi 

Coast Club. 

Betty Ann Atkins (not in picture) Louisiana 

Delta Alpha Sigma; Practical Arts Club; Glee Club; Louisiana Club. 




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Susan Carmichael Florida 

Delta Chi Sigma; A. A.; Samovar Club; Georgia Club. 

Jeanette Cassell Mississippi 

Delta Chi Sigma; A. A.; Dance League; Jet Maskers; Practical Arts Club; Mississippi Club. 

Roberta Cowan Texas 

Coast Club. 



SOPHOMORES 

Mary Folmar Alabama 

Delta Alpha Sigma; A. A.; Bit and Spur Club; Practical Arts Club; Alabama Club. 

Naomi Gehr Louisiana 

Sigma Psi Iota; Dance League; Glee Club; Bit and Spur Club; Jet Maskers; Practical Arts Club; Louisiana Club. 

Jean Gillies Texas 

Delta Alpha Sigma; Texas Club. 




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Jane Hall Alabama 

Delta Alpha Sigma; Samovar Club; Alabama Club. 

Sally Harrington Texas 

Delta Alpha Sigma; Dance League; A. A.; Texas Club. 

Jean Johnson Iowa 

Delta Alpha Sigma; A. A.; Bit and Spur Club; Dance League; Iowa Club. 



SOPHOMORES 



Jayne Lintz 



Sigma Psi Iota; A. A.; Practical Arts Club; Oklahoma Club. 



Oklahoma 



Martha Lodwick Iowa 

Delta Alpha Sigma; A. A.; Bit and Spur Club; Glee Club; Iowa Club. 

Ahele Li ehrmann Mississippi 

Delta Chi Sigma; Coart Club. 




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Patricia MacDonald New York 

Delta Alpha Sigma; Coast Club. 

Jane McElroy Arkansas 

Delta Chi Sigma; Glee Club; Arkansas Club. 

Doris Miller Ohio 

Delta Chi Sigma; A. A. ; Charlemagne Club; Ohio Club. 



SOPHOMORES 

Betty Oberst Arkansas 

Delta Chi Sigma; Arkansas Club. 

Elaine Ockrant Ohio 

Delta Chi Sigma; A. A.; Dance League; Samovar Club; Ohio Club. 

Robin Price Kentucky 

Sigma Phi Iota; A. A.; Jet Maskers; Glee Club; Samovar Club; Kentucky Club. 




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Margaret Reed Mississippi 

Sigma Psi Iota; A. A.; Practical Arts Club; Mississippi Club. 

Frances Roth Wisconsin 

Delta Chi Sigma; Middle Western States Club. 

Shirley Schiff Ohio 

Delta Chi Sigma; A. A.; Bit and Spur Club; Charlemagne Club; Tennessee Club. 

Edith Shainberg Tennessee 

Delta Chi Sigma; Samovar Club; Charlemagne Club; Tennessee Club. 

SOPHOMORES 

Joyce Watson Florida 

Delta Chi Sigma; Practical Arts Club; Jet Maskers; Georgia Club. 

Alice Weatherly Tennessee 

Delta Alpha Sigma; Bit and Spur Club; A. A.; Sea Gull Staff; Tennessee Club. 

Jane Weil Alabama 

Sigma Psi Iota; A. A.; Dance League; Alabama Club. 

Betty Weill Tennessee 

Sigma Psi Iota; A. A.; Samovar Club; Jet Maskers; Tennessee Club. 




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DODOS 



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Katherine Adams 
Betty Branch 



FRESHMEN 



First Row 
Mae Bohm 



Marilyn Fountain 
Gail Gaeleman 



Patricia Grandstaff 
Carol Hii.zheim 



Second Roiv 
Jackie Jackson 



Elsa Jones 

Betty Ball Ludeau 



Pecgy Mears 
Vircinia Mitchell 



Third Row 
Shirley Anne Morris 



Elizabeth Rhodes 
Pokie Rhodes 



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FRESHMEN 



Betty Runyon 
Ann Svvartzbaugh 



First Row 
Betsy Weitzenhoffer 



Frances Wickliffe 
Peggy Woolfolk 



Virginia Cartwricht 
Shirley Kennedy 

Marilyn Myers 
Colleen Rhea 



SUB-FRESHMEN 

Second Row 
Louise Krug 



Third Row 
Olive Roberts 
Katherine Taylor 



Nancy Mahery 
Joan Mills 

Betty- Woolfolk 

Aletta Lyons 
(Not in Picture) 




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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



Barbara La Velle 
Harriet Ray . 



Officers 

President Shirley Schiff . . . 

. . Vice-President Marjorie Mack . 
Miss Sinclair Sponsor 



. Secretary 
Treasurer 



Members 



Kathleen Adams 
Lily Belle Anderson 
Marion Anderson 
Shirley Anderson 
Carolyn Balph 
Mary Ellen Banks 
Muriel Barker 
Betty Jo Beck 
Mae Bohm 
Jane Brockman 
Betty Branch 
An nell Bridges 
Louise Burno 
Suzanne Carmichaei 
Jeanette Cassell 
Miriam Cedar 
Martha Chapman 
Theo Clarke 
Frankie Ann Coldken 
Frances Cooke 
Marie Cottingham 
Roberta Cowan 
Beulah Denton 
Evelyn Dollar 
Gladys Duhe 
Margaret Eby 
Ann Edwards 
Ann England 
Helen Ewing 



Grace Famularo 
Carolyn Flagg 

Mary Folmar 
Jackie Fraser 
Bobbie Frye 
Jacqueline Garner 
Betty Garrett 
Marian Gault 
Martha Glover 
Dorothy Anne Gosman 
Patricia Grandstaff 
Jackie Hancock 
Sally Harrington 
Sloan Hawkins 
Virginia Hawkins 
Betty Hazell 
Inez Hooge 
Marian Hoover 
Emily Hunt 
Jackie Jackson 
Virginia Jacoby 
Mary Frances Jemison 
Jean Johnson 
Betty Anne Jones 
Elsa Jones 
Shirley Kennedy 
Mary Jo Kishler 
Barbara Kuhn 
Dorothy Kuhn 



Eleanor Lambert 

Genevieve Leake 

Jayne Lintz 

Martha Lodwick 

Evelyn Luehrmann 

Betty McAfee 

Jane Ann McCall 

Pat McCord 

Margaret McCorkle 

Mary Helen McMakin 

Ada McNeel 

Doris Miller 

Miriam Mire 

Virginia Mitchell 

Mary Lou Murphy 

Bonnie Murray 

Marilyn Myers 

Rena Nelson 

Elaine Ockrant 

Sally Peets 

Robin Price 

Sarah Lou Ragland 

Margaret Reed 

Mary Frances Regenold 

Pokie Rhodes 

Lois Roberts 

Betty Chase Robinson 

Frances Roth 

Katherine Runnels 



Josephine Schillig 
Margaret Selby 
Juanita Sexton 
Betty Jim Shelton 
Jean Smith 
Pauline Smith 
Harriet Sobel 
Kay Steely 
Dorothy Stevenson 
Mary Stewart 
June Strom 
Jean Taylor 
Eleanor Thomas 
Virginia Thomas 
Barbara Thompson 
Eve Van Delden 
Barbara Van Meter 
Lois Watkins 
Alicb Weatherly 
Betty Weill 
Jane Weil 
Bitsy White 
Marion Wilbert 
Etta Jane Wilkinson 
Doris Winkler 
Jane Wilson 
Ethor Wootbn 
Ann Young 
Jewell Younger 




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SAILING 

A good stiff breeze, waves break- 
ing against the light "cat-boat," 
a cool spray dampening your 
face, a baking sun roasting you 
from head to toe! What an 
ideal setting and what a life! 
Cherished are the memories we 
hold of the happy, carefree 
hours we shared together sailing 
the blue. 



Off with our shoes and stockings 
and back to our childhood at 
Inn by the Sea on one of those 
extra special visits we so highly 
anticipate each year. Barefeet, 
sinking into the warm sand and 
splashing about in the waves. 
What fun! 




SWIMMING 

Good formation calls 
for perfect timing, co- 
ordination of strokes, 
and experienced swim- 
mers. Here we have a 
splendid combination of 
all the necessary re- 
quirements. 



Swimming is one of the 
few sports in which we 
participate the year 
round. Our glass-en- 
closed pool, heated in 
winter, makes this pos- 
sible. Swimming tops 
the list as a favorite 
year - round sport at 
Gulf Park. 



Star diver and likewise 
star swimmer Barb Van 
Meter springs grace- 
fully into the pool in 
her special dive. 






Marion Anderson 
Betty Badgley 
Carolyn Balph 
Mary Ei.i.en Banks 



BIT AND SPUR 



Betty Jo Beck 
Rebecca Bemis 
Annell Bridges 
Louise Burno 



OFFICERS 

Betty Garrett President 

Elsa Jones Vice-President 

Virginia Thomas Secretary 

Alice Weatherly Treasurer 

Miss Indie Sinclair Sponsor 

MEMBERS 

Virginia Cartwright Bernadine Daigle 

Theo Clarke Margaret Eby 

Charlene Colnot Helen Ewing 

Frances Cooke Mary Folmar 




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MEMBERS 



Marilyn Fountain 
Joyce Gaubert 
Naomi Gehr 
Dorothy Gosman 
Pat Grandstaff 
Joan Harcrave 
Sloan Hawkins 
Virginia Hawkins 
Carol Hilzheim 
Harriott Holland 



Virginia Jacobv 
Royce Jeffery 
Jean Johnson 
Mary Jo Kishler 
Genevieve Leake 
Martha Lodwick 
Margery Mack 
Pat McCord 
Margaret McCorkle 



Ruth McKay 
Peggy Mears 
Virginia Meiners 
Joan Mills 
Virginia Mitchel 
Bonnie Murray 
Grace Peppkrman 
Shirley Schiff 
Julia Sefton 



Margaret Sei.bv 
Juanita Sexton 
Pauline Smith 
Mary D. Stewart 
June Strom 
Dorothy Taylor 
Eleanor Thomas 
Betty Vickers 
Marion Wilbert 
Jane Wilson 




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HOCKEY 



ARCHERY 



A center bully, a clash of sticks, an enthusiastic strug- 
gle, a mad rush, a goal ! So goes the thrilling game 
of hockey, which has proven itself so popular. The 
annual hockey tourney causes strong but friendly com- 
petition between the High School, Juniors and Seniors, 
all striving earnestly for the championship and beloved 
goat. 



A bull's-eye? No, but maybe next time. Archery 
offers an opportunity for all Gulf Park Robin Hoods 
to display their skill with bow and arrow. And were 
old Robin himself here, his perfect markmanship would 
meet with strong competition. 





GOLF 

Fore! Make way for all golfers. And three cheers — 

a par in four! All of us enjoy throughly, par or no 

par, our weekly games on the lovely course of the 

Edgewater Gulf Hotel. 



VOLLEY BALL 

Volley ball — a ball is served, high into the air, over 
the net, into the hands of the opposing team. Back it 
goes and back again, until at last a score is made. 
Suspense and excitement run at high pitch with each 
succeeding play. 



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KNIGHTS IN TOURNAMENT— FEBRUARY 28— WITH THEIR LADIES 

Ei.sa Jones, Marilyn Fountain .... Uncle Sam Marv Foi.mar, Jean Johnson The Army 

Virginia Thomas, Pauline Smith Liberty Juanita Sexton, Betty Badcley Freedom 

Betty Garrett, Betty Jo Beck . . The Fifth Column Bonnie Murray, Virginia Jacoby Justice 

Shirley Schiff, Jean Smith .... The Air Corps Helen Ewing, Frances Cooke Loyalty 

Virginia Meinirs, Grace Pepperman .... Fleet Margaret Eby, June Strom . . . The Golden Eagle 

Dorothy Gosman, Eleanor Thomas .... Bravery Genevieve Leake, Mary D. Stewart . Independence 

Carolyn Balph, Ruth McKay . . . The Franchise Joan Mills, Marion Wilbert Unity 

Martha Lodwick, Mary Ellen Banks . The Marines 

The Mardi Gras ball sponsored by the Athletic Association and held in the college auditorium on Saturday 
night, February 28, was a happy event. 

After the orchestra had played "The Star Spangled Banner" and the king's master of ceremonies had pro- 
claimed the advent of the royal party, the ladies of the court marched in and were greeted by their knights. 
Then came her royal highness, Queen Betty Jim Shelton, who was crowned by King Barbara LaVelle to preside 
over the Athletic Association court revels. 

The members of the Bit and Spur Court were received with all the ceremony accorded visiting royalty. 

The call-out dances over, everybody joined in the merrymaking. 



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MARDI GRAS 

KING FOR A NIGHT 

Bit and Spur Court 
of Democracy. 

Friday afternoon, when I 
was told that I had got the 
most rings, why, you could've 
knocked me over with a 
feather! 

When Saturday night came, 
I was so excited I couldn't eat 
a thing. Just the mere thought 
of walking in with (what 
seemed to be) millions of peo- 
ple watching, gave me a queer 
feeling; as if butterflies were 
having a marathon race in my 
stomach. 

The Queen and I were both 
dressed and in the fudge room, 
waiting to have our capes put 
on us about fifteen minutes 
ahead of time. We couldn't 
tell when we were supposed to 
enter the auditorium; so we 
went outside and stood till we 
nearly froze to death. 

Finally, after waiting for 
centuries and centuries (It 
couldn't have been any less) 
someone said "All right, it's 
time for you two to come on 
now." 

With shaking knees, falter- 
ing steps, and pale faces, we 
slowly came down the aisle; 
were crowned; sat upon the 
throne; were photographed. 
Suddenly, it was all over, and 
we were jitterbugging like 
mad, feeling very pleased with 
ourselves and very happy. 

Elsa Jones 




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FLIGHT SQUADRONS 



SIGMA PSI IOTA 

Officers 

Miss Hickerson Sponsor 

Margaret McCorkle President 

Betty Hazell J "ice-President 

Lily Belle Anderson Secretary 

Marne Graff Treasurer 

Elsa Jones Chaplain 




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First Roiv: 

Ann Allison 
Marion Anderson 
Shirley Anderson 
Katie Arnall 
Betty Jo Beck 



Second Roiv: 
Becky Bemis 
Mae Bohm 
An nell Bridges 
Jane Brockman 
Virginia Cartwright 



Third Roiv: 
Frances Cooke 
Gladys Duhe 
Margaret Eby 
Ann England 
Betty Joa Floyd 



Fourth Roiv: 
Maye Webb Foster 
Jackie Fraser 
Jill Fraser 
Bobbie Frye 
Gail Gabelman 



Fifth Roiv: 

Lucy Lee Ganier 
Jacquelyn Garner 
Betty Garrett 
Marian Gault 
Naomi Gehr 



Sixth Roiv: 
Jerry George 
Martha Glover 
Dorothy Ann Gosman 
Barbara Gould 
Patricia Grandstaff 



Seventh Roiv: 
Jackie Hancock 
Minnie Lou Harding 
Joan Hargrave 
Shirley Harris 
Virginia Louise Hawkins 



Eighth Roiv: 
Carol Hilzheim 
Jean Hurley 
Ruth Jacobs 
Betty Jamison 
Royce Jeffery 



SIGMA PSI IOTA 



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First Roiv: 

Betty Ann Jones 
Joyce Jopp 
Charlotte Kennedy 
Genevieve Leake 
Jane Lintz 



Second Roiv: 

Nancy Mahery 
Pat McCord 
Ada McNeel 
Virginia Meiners 
Miriam Mire 



Third Roiv: 

Sue Mitchell 
Virginia Mitchell 
Martha Morgan 
Robin Price 
Sarah Lou Ragland 



Fourth Roiv: 

Margaret Reed 

WlLMA SCHAUSTEN 

Pat Schultz 
Margaret Selby 
Josephine Schillig 



Fifth Roiv: 

Dorothy Stevenson 
Mary Stevenson 
June Strom 
Jeanne Taylor 
Eleanor Thomas 



Sixth Roiv: 
Virginia Thomas 
Barbara Thompson 
Josephine Van Anglen 
Lois Watkins 
Jane Weil 



Seventh Roiv: 
Betty Weill 
Margaret Wellons 
Mary Berry Wheeler 
Bitsy White 
Darryl Wilson 



Eiglith Roiv: 
Jane Wilson 
Jo Winkler 
Betty Woolfolk 
Peggy Woolfolk 
Dot Zachry 




SIGMA PSI IOTA 



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SIGMA PSI IOTA 

Colors: Blue and Silver Flower: Blue Iris 




Sigma Psi, here's to yon.' 

You are the best on earth/ 

We give to you the best ice have 

Of loyalty and worth. 

To you this toast ice offer 

And lift your colors high; 

We'll keep you always in our hearts — 

We love you, Sigma Psi. 




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DELTA CHI SIGMA 

Officers 

Miss Morris Sponsor 

Juanita Sexton President 

Marian Hoover lice-President 

Jacqueline Hurst Secretary 

Betty Branch Chaplain 

Sally Peets Treasurer 




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First Roiv: 
Dorothy Ann Babb 
Carolyn Balph 
Janellan Boggess 
Barbara Brewer 
Anne Buckler 



Second Roiv: 
Suzanne Carmichael 
Suzanne Carter 
Jeanette Cassell 
Miriam Cedar 
Frankie Ann Coldren 



Third Roiv: 

Charlene Colnot 
Margaret Corbett 
Marie Cottingham 
Pat Cranfill 
Bernadine Daigle 



Fourth Roiv: 

Beulah Denton 
Evelyn Dollar 
Iwee Gholson 
Helen Ewing 
Susan Heath 



Fifth Roiv: 

Harriott Holland 
Inez Hooge 
Emily Hunt 
Jackie Jackson 
Virginia Jacoby 



Sixth Roiv: 

Mary Frances Jemison 
Barbara Kuhn 
Dorothy Kuhn 
Betty Ball Ludeau 
Adele Luehrmann 



Seventh Roiv: 
Evelyn Luehrmann 
Jane McElroy 
Ann McGreevy 
Ruth McKay 
Doris Miller 



DELTA CHI SIGMA 



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First Roiv: 

Joan Mills 
Shirley Ann Morris 
Bonnie Murray 
Marilyn Myers 
Rena Nelson 



Second Roiv: 
Betty Oberst 
Elaine Ockrant 
Jackie Parker 
Rose Ann Pearson 
Grace Pepperman 



Third Roiv: 
Emmy Lou Powell 
Ann Raborn 
Harriett Ray 
Elizabeth Rhodes 
Pokie Rhodes 



Fourth Roiv: 
Lois Roberts 

Betty Robinson 
Frances Roth 
Mary Beth Rucks 
Frances Schaefer 



Fifth Roiv: 
Shirley Schiff 
Edith Shainberg 
Pauline Smith 
Kay Steely 
Mary Stewart 



Sixth Roiv: 
Rosemary Stoner 
Anne Swartzbaugh 
Katherine Taylor 
Jane Tucker 
Betty Vickers 



Seventh Roiv: 
Joyce Watson 
Betsy Weitzenhoffer 
Marion Wilbert 
Ann Young 
Jewell Younger 




DELTA CHI SIGMA 



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DELTA CHI SIGMA 



Colors: Rainbow shades 



Flower: Sweet Pea 




Oh, it's you, Delta Chi — 

You're the one that ive love! 

Oh, it's you, Delta Chi, 

That we're thinking of; 

Your rainbow colors. 

Your standards, too. 

And to them proudly 

We'll ever be true. 

When ice come to the end 

Of the earth and the sea. 

Back at dear G. P. C. 

We will all long to he, 

For it's you, you 

That make our dreams come true! 

Delta Chi, you're the one that we love! 




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DELTA ALPHA SIGMA 

Officers 

Miss Maddox Sponsor 

Betty Jim Shelton President 

Muriel Barker I'ice-President 

Julia Sefton Secretary 

Sloan Hawkins Treasurer 

Sally Harrington Chaplain 




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First Roiv: 
Betty Badgely 
Mary Ellen Banks 
Catherine Brown 
Louise Burno 
Martha Chapman 



Second Row: 

Theo Clarke 
Roberta Cowan 
Betty Crapo 
Belle Dye 
Anne Edwards 



Third Row: 

Grace Famularo 
Carolyn Flagg 
Mary Folmar 
Marilyn Fountain 
Joyce Gaubert 



Fourth Roiv: 
Jean Gillies 

June Gillis 
Jane Hall 
Helen Harlin 
Rosemary Hermann 



Fifth Roiv: 
Betty Claire Hilgers 
Betty Hopkins 
Jean Johnson 
Shirley Kennedy 
Mary Jo Kishler 



Sixth Roiv: 
Louise Krug 
Eleanor Lambert 
Barbara La Velle 
Mary Lou Leist 
Martha Lodwick 



DELTA 



LPHA SIGMA 



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First Roiv: 
Patricia MacDonai.d 
Margery Mack 
Betty McAfee 
Mary Helen McMakin 
Jane Ann McCall 



Second Row: 

Peggy Mears 

Mary Louise Mengf.r 

Mary Lou Murphy 

Virginia Nenon 

Mary Frances Regenold 



Third Roiv: 
Colleen Rhea 

BlLLIE RlTTER 

Olive Roberts 
Cecille Rosenblum 
Katherine Runnels 



Fourth Roiv: 
Betty Runyon 
Robin Sheets 
Naomi Sibbitt 
Jean Smith 
Harriet Sobel 



Fifth Roiv: 
Dorothy Taylor 
Eve Van Delden 
Barbara Van Meter 
Alice Weatherly 

WlCKIE WlCKLIFFE 



Sixth Row: 

Etta Jane Wilkinson 
Wilma Williams 
Ethor Wootten 
Aletta Lyons 
(Not in picture) 




DELTA ALPHA SIGMA 



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DELTA ALPHA SIGMA 



Colors: Purple and Gold 



Flower: Pansy 




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Delta Alpha girl, 

You are the one for me; 

And you'll be ever in my heart. 

Delta Alpha girl, 

Symbol of true loyalty — 

Loyalty that never dies — 

//; the future fight. 

I'll keep your emblem bright 

And to you be ever true. 

You're the rarest pearl, 

Delta Alpha girl, 

I will always love you. 



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PHI THETA KAPPA 



Officers 

Miss Willietta Evans Sponsor Frances Cooke . . 

Miss Lucy Louise Hatcher .... Sponsor Jane Ann McCall 

Betty Hopkins .... Secretary-Treasurer 



Betty Jo Beck 
Louise Burno 
Carolyn Fi.agc 
Marian Gault 



Members 

Sally Peets 
Grace Pepperman 
Robin Sheets 
Pauline Smith 



. . President 
lice-President 



Dorothy Stevenson 
Mary D. Stewart 
Jeanne Taylor 
Virginia Thomas 



PHI THETA KAPPA CONVENTION 

At Gulf Park College, Gulfport, Mississippi 
April 10-12, 1942 

Program 

Friday, April io 

i :oo p. in , Registration at Gulf Park 

5:30 p. in Beach Supper 

7:30 p. m Reception at Gulf Park 

8 :oo p. m Model Initiation by Alpha Theta Chapter, 

followed by a Business Meeting. 

Saturday, April 11 

8:30 a. m Business Meeting at Gulf Park 

10:00 a. m Sponsors' Meeting at Gulf Park 

11:30 a. m Boat Trip to Ship Island 

(Dinner on Deck) 

6 :oo p. m Banquet at Gulf Park 

y:oo p. m Dance at Gulf Park 

Sunday, April 12 

9:00 a. m Business Meeting 

10:00 a. m Off for a dav in New Orleans 




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SEA GULL STAFF 

Virginia Thomas Editor-in-Chief 

Ann England Assistant Editor-in-Chief 

Marne Graff Business Manager 

Catherine Brown . Assistant Business Manager 

Rose Ann Pearson Literary Editor 

Jackie Fraser Art Editor 

Harriet Ray Sports Editor 

Jane Brockman Photograpliic Editor 

Margaret Selbv Assistant Photographic Editor 

Doris Winkler Joke Editor 

Helen Ewing Advertising Manager 

Jeanne Taylor Advertising Manager 

Barbara Kuhn Circulation Manager 

Alice Weatherly Circulation Manager 

Marian Gault Typist 

Dorothy Stevenson Typist 

Miss Willietta Evans Editorial Adviser 

Miss Sarah K. Smith . Art Adviser 



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TAMMY HOWL STAFF 

Grace Pepperman Editor-in-Chief 



Frances Cooke Assistant Editor-in-Chief 



Margaret Wellons Business Manager 



Sally Peets Assistant Business Manager 



Jean Smith Literary Editor 



Lois Roberts Sports Editor 



Muriel Barker Music Editor 



Betty Hopkins Fashion Editor 



Pauline Smith Society Editor 




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MElNFRs. 



CANTEEN 



"IF" 

// all soft loving eyes could dry their tears 
And laugh at troubles and all trivial things, 
If only good things lived throughout the years, 
Then in our lonely soul we'd find God sings. 
If every smile could radiate a light 
To brighten up all gloom, and darkening care, 
.hid hearts could only knoiv a love that's right, 
Then God's best raiment would we wear. 
If lips would utter words of truth and love 
And silent be, when thoughts of evil spring, 
And deeds were guided by God's hand above, 
Then life itself would be a glorious thing. 
If, always these, God's works could lasting be, 
"Twould be a better world for you and me. 



Betty Chase Robinsok 



THE Y'S COSTA RICAN GUESTS 

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Y. W. C. A. 

Officers 

Miss Connie Clough Sponsor 

Miss Frances Morris Sponsor 

Mrs. Ethel Schilling (not in picture) . . Sponsor 

Lily Belle Anderson President 

Betty Hazell Vice-President 

Betty Robinson Secretary 

Betty Branch Treasurer 

Cabinet 
Betty Jo Beck Jo Schillig 

Theo Clark Naomi Sibbitt 

Betty Anne McAfee June Strom 
Harriet Ray Rosemary Stoner 



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SAMOVAR CLUB 

The membership of the Samovar Club is composed of every girl who is an art 
student. We meet at various times for parties or to assist as hostesses when an 
exhibition is held in the studio, such as that of the Gulf Coast Art Association. The 
best studio work is displayed each month, the most important of all being the com- 
mencement exhibit. 

ART STUDIO 




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SAMOVAR CLUB 



Officers 

Jacqueline Fraser President 

Edith Shainberg Secretary-Treasurer 

Miss Sarah K. Smith Sponsor 

Miss Christine Northrop Sponsor 



Members 



Katie Arnai.i. 
Betty Atkins 
Carolyn Bai.ph 
Rebecca Bemis 
Mae Bohm 
Sarah Boyd 
Katherine Broun 
Susan Carmichael 
Virginia Gartwright 
Martha Chapman 
Chari.f.ne Colnot 
Frances Cooke 
Nelwyn Cooke 
Margaret Corbett 
Roberta Cowan 
Pat Crankili. 
Evelyn Dollar 



Betty Joa Floyd 
Joyce Gaubert 
Marian Gault 
Jean Gillies 
Pat Granstaff 
Jane Hall 
Jackie Hancock 
Helen Hari.in 
Sally Harrington 
Shirley Harris 
Marian Hoover 
Betty Hopkins 
Jean Hurley 
Isabel Karst 
Mary Frances Kent 
Dorothy Kuhn 



Genevieve Leake 
Betty Ludeau 
Betty McAfee 
Ann McGreevy 
Ada McNeei. 
Virginia Meiners 
Virginia Mitchell 
Shirley Morris 
Mary Lou Murphy 
Virginia Nenon 
Elaine Ockrant 
Emmy Lou Powell 
Robin Price 
Ann Raborn 
Harriet Ray 
Elizabeth Rhodes 



Bii.lie Ritter 
Cecille Rosenblum 
Katherine Runnels 
Pat Schultz 
Betty Shelton 
Harriet Sobel 
June Strom 
Dorothy Taylor 
Eleanor Thomas 
Eve Van Delden 
Barbara Van Meter 
Lois Watkins 
Betty Weill 
Bitsy White 
Jane Wilson 
Ethor Wooten 
Jewell Younger 



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JET MASKERS 

Officers 

Julia Sefton President 

Darryl Wilson • Vice-President 

Juanita Sexton Secretary 

Catherine Brown Treasurer 

Miss Ida Mae Goe Sponsor 

Miss Connie Clough Sponsor 



Marian Anderson 
Betty Badgley 
Louise Burno 




Members 

Jeanette Cassei.i. 
Pat Cranfii.i. 
Bernadine Daigi f 
Belle Dye 
Anne Edwards 
Bobbie Frye 
Lucy Lee Ganier 
Betty Garrett 
Naomi Gehr 
Dorothy Gosman 
Barbara Gould 
Marne Graff 
Minnie Lou Harding 
Virginia Hawkins 
Rosemary Hermann 
Inez Hooge 
Betty Hopkins 
Jean Hurley 
Betty Jamison 
Joyce Jopp 
Patsy Karst 
Charlotte Kennedy 
Louise Krug 
Genevieve Leake 
Betty Ludeau 
Mary Helen McMakin 
Ruth McKay 



Virginia Mitchell 
Jacqueline Parker 
Rose Ann Pearson 
Sally Peets 
Robin Price 
Ann Raborn 
Sarah Lou Ragland 
Colleen Rhea 
Elizabeth Rhodes 
Lois Roberts 
Olive Roberts 
Betty Robinson 
Mary Beth Rucks 

WlLMA SCHAUSTEN 

Frances Schaffer 
Margaret Selby 
Harriet Sob el 
Dorothy Stevenson 
Mary Stevenson 
Mary D. Stewart 
Virginia Thomas 
Joyce Watson 
Alice Weatherly 
Betty Weill 
Bitsy White 
Marion Wilbert 
Etta Jane Wilkenson 



PLAYS 
PRESENTED 

B Y 

JET MASKERS 



Brief Music 



Time for Romance 



Time for Romance 





CHARLEMAGNE FRENCH CLUB 



Shirley Ann Morris 



Kathleen Adams 
Sally Harrington 



Muriel Barker 
Miriam Cedar 
Betty Crapo 



Theo Clarke 
Evelyn Dollar 
Margaret Eby 



French I 

Robin Rhea Price 

French II 

Doris Miller 
Frances Roth 
Shirley Schiff 

French III 

Betsy Weitzenhoffer 

French A 

Jane Ann McCall 
Pauline Smith 
Dorothy Stevenson 
Mary Deronda Stewart 

French B 

June Gillis 
Sloan Hawkins 
Sue Heath 



French C 



Elizabeth Rhodes 



Edith Shainberg 
Alice Weatherly 



Jeanne Taylor 
Virginia Thomas 
Mary Berry Wheeler 



Margaret McCorkle 
Mary Louise Menger 
Mary Lou Murphy 






Louise Bur no 



Virginia Jac oby 



Le 28 Janvier 1942 



BANQUET DE LA ST. 



CHARLEMAGNE 



MENU 



Les Crevettes en Cocktail 

Les Hors-d'oeuvres Assortis 

Le Filet Mignon aux Champignons 

Les Pommes Frites 

Les Petits Pois au Beurre 

Les Asperges au Beurre 

Les Petits Pains Gulf Park 

La Gelee de Govave 



Baked Alaska 



Demi-tasse 



Le Professeur Edmond de Jaive, Directeur de l'Enseignement des Langues Romanes. 
Mademoiselle Carol S. Beachler, Professor de Langue Francaise. 



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"ON WINGS OF SONG" 



Officers 

Betty Robinson President 

Bonnie Murray Vice-President 

Martha Lodwick Secretary-Treasurer 

Miss Lois Smith Directress 

Miss May Burrows Hickerson .... Accompanist 

Members 



Betty Ann Atkins 
Muriel Barker 
Louise Burno 
Joan Fraser 
Gail Gableman 
Jacqueline Garner 
Naomi Gehr 
Jerry George 
Marne Graff 
Joan Hargrave 



Virginia Hawkins 

Inez Hooce 

Mary Frances Jemison 

Betty Ann McAfee 

Patricia McCord 

Jane McElroy 

Mary Helen McMakin 

Joan Mills 

Robin Price 



Olive Roberts 
Mary Beth Rucks 
Frances Schaffer 
Josephine Schillig 
Robin Sheets 
Jean Smith 
Pauline Smith 
Kay Steely 
Lois Watkins 
Bitsy White 




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DANCE LEAGUE 



Officers 

Bonnie Murray President 

Ritsy White Vice-President 

Frankie Ann Coi.dren Secretary 

Sally Harrington Treasurer 

Miss Elizabeth Sherbon Sponsor 



Katie Arnall 
Jeanette Cassei.i. 
Charlene Colnot 



Members 

Marie Cottincham 
Beulah Denton 
Belle Dye 




May Webb Foster 
Marilyn Fountain 
Bobbie Frye 
Lucy Lee Ganier 
Jackie Garner 
Jean Gillies 
Naomi Gehr 
Jackie Hancock 
Minnie Lou Harding 
Shirley Harris 
Virginia Hawkins 
Rosemary Hermann 
Betty Ann Jones 
Jean Johnson 
Shirley Kennedy 
Louise Krug 
Genevieve Leake 
Martha Lodwtck 
Betty Ann McAfee 
Ada McNeel 
Virginia Nenon 
Elaine Ockrant 
Grace Pepperman 
Sarah Lou Ragi.and 
Mary Frances Reginald 
Mary Beth Rucks 
Edith Shainberg 
Josephine Van Angi.en 
Mary Berry Wheeler 
Anne Young 
Dot Zachry 



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SALLY HARRINGTON 
BONNIE MURRAY 



BETTY McAFEE 
BITSY WHITE 



WINGED FEET 



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PRACTICAL ARTS CLUB 

Officers 

Jill Fraser President 

Gladys Duhe Vice-President 

Bobbie Frve Secretary 

Betty Jim Shelton Treasurer 

Miss Cecil Ramsay Sponsor 

Members 



Marion Anderson 
Betty Ann Atkins 
Betty Branch 
Suzanne Carter 
Jeanette Cassell 
Charlene Colnot 
Frances Cooke 
Betty Crapo 
Beui.aii Denton 
Ann England 
Betty Joa Floyd 



Maye Webb Foster 
Joyce Gaubert 
Naomi Gehr 
iwee gholson 
Joan Hargrave 
Betty Jemison 
Joyce Jopp 
Barbara LaVelle 
Mary Lou Leist 
Jayne Lintz 
Ada McNeel 
Virginia Nenon 



Harriet Ray 
Margaret Reed 
Betty Robinson 
Mary Beth Rucks 
Frances Schaefer 
Margaret Selby 
Naomi Sibbitt 
Ann Syvartzbaugh 
Dorothy Lee Taylor 
Josephine Van Anglen 
Joyce Watson 



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MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST CLUB 



Officers 

Carolyn Flagg President 

Mary Lou Murphy Vice-President 

Rena Nelson Secretary 

Frances Roth • Treasurer 

Miss Sybil Knoth Sponsor 



Members 



Kathleen Adams 
Dorothy Ann Barb 
Sarah Boyd 
Catherine Brown 
Martha Chapman 
Frances Cooke 
Roberta Cowan 
Ann Edwards 



Helen Ewing 
Grace Famularo 
June Gillis 
Jo Hill 
Betty Hopkins 
Gerry Karst 
Isabel Karst 
Adele Luehrmann 



Evelyn Luehrmann 
Jane Ann McCai.l 
Pat McDonald 
Mary Louise Menger 
Sally Peets 
Cecille Rosenblum 
Frances Roth 
Barbara Thompson 




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H A P P y LANDING 



GULF PARK TRIPS 



Bellingrath Grotto 



My Ladies among the Camellias 



Halt at Historic Vicksburg 



"Hawthorne" at Natchez 



Patio-Bellingrath Garden 



Reflections 



Patterned Paths 



Rustic Bridge 



Wishing Rock 



Looking across Falls River 



On L. S. U. Campus 





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Pan-American Clipper 




Sand and Sun 




Ready for a Dip 



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Elaine Ockrant 
Virginia Hawkins 



Jackie Garner 
Elaine, Ginnie, and Jackie 



KID PARTY PRIZE WINNERS 



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Reception Hall 
Before the Dance 



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Juniors' Patriotic Dance 
Seniors' Thanksgiving Dance 



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Vieux Carre. Girls at French Market. A chat with a Mexican Artist. 

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Top: Pensacola Slee Club. Center: Wine(?), women and "song." Bottom: Romance in every rhythr 

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TRI-SORORITY BANQUET 

Edgewater Gulf Hotel 
Monday Evening, March 2 

Delta Alpha, Delta Chi and Sigma Psi, social sororities of Gulf Park College, 
entertained at the annual tri-sorority banquet Monday night at the Edgewater Gulf 
Hotel. Misses Betty Jim Shelton, Juanita Sexton and Margaret McCorkle, sorority 
presidents, greeted the new members, and Jean Smith, Lois Roberts and Margaret Selby, 
new sorority members, responded to the welcome. Misses May Burrows Hickerson, Ann 
Maddox and Frances Morris, sponsors, gave toasts to the three organizations. 

Special numbers were presented by Bonnie Murray, Darryl Wilson, Frankie Ann 
Coldren, Muriel Barker, and Jackie Garner. After the program the girls spent the 
remainder of the evening dancing. The Perkinston Junior College Orchestra furnished 
the music. 





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PEANUT WEEK 

An atmosphere of mystery hung around Gulf Park in late February. It was due to 
Peanut Week. One morning as we stumbled sleepily to breakfast, we noticed a shoe box 
filled with peanuts near the dining room door. Around each nut was a slip of paper with 
a girl's name written on it. Each girl drew a nut and the girl whose name was written 
on the paper became her Peanut and she the Shell. No one knew who her Shell was. 
This was the cause of the mysterious atmosphere. 

A Shell did ever so many nice things for her Peanut during this week. One might 
return from breakfast and find one's bed made and one's clothes hung up, or one might 
step out of one's room for a minute and upon coming back discover a bar of candy, a 
piece of fruit, or a bag of peanuts. A Shell often left little notes or bits of poetry to make 
the Peanut smile. At the end of the week, she disclosed herself and gave her an excep- 
tionally nice gift. 

This week made closer friends, ones we shall always remember. After we have left 
Gulf Park and our minds and hearts return, as they surely will, one of our most pleasant 
memories will be of "Peanut Week" down at Gulf Park by-the-sea. 

Betty Runyon 



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FIGHTING FOR VICTORY 



Strong is our country; 
Our people are free, 
Fighting forever for victory. 

Fighting for things 
We'll ever hold dear. 
And victory only 
Can keep them here. 



Fighting for freedom of speech 
And of press; 

For hundreds of other things 
Which our lives bless. 

Love and loyalty 
To our country we'll give, 
So that American posterity 
In freedom might live. 
Shirley Ann Morris 



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PATRIOTISM 



The patriots' thought in the long- 
vanished years 

Was freedom and right for the 
progress of men: 

The country resounded with loyal 
attainment 

As men worked their lives out in 
pushing ahead. 



But spirit has fallen with luxury 
and peace; 

So Hitler comes with blows to the 
world, 

His overnight victories have 
shocked all his foes, 

As forward he moves with his so- 
cialized hate. 



But war must awaken the trance 
of the patriot, 

His waving of flags as he sits by 
the fire. 

Revision of patriotism now stands 
before him, 

With unity, purpose and action for 
goal. 

— Virginia Thomas. 




Knight of Liberty. 



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Olive Relaxes 



Mere Maidens 



Walk on the Sea Wall 



Three against the 
Lamp Post 



Tufted Spread or 
Sprawl? 



Saving Tires 



Virginia Gets Wind- 
blown 



Pat Thinks It Over 



Next to Home, Shirley 
Ann Likes Gulf Park 



Who Laughs, Lasts 



Just a Moment, 
Naomi! 



Collegiate Boudoir 



Exit Lloyd 



Try Getting Wet! 



When Day Is Done 



Jeanette Gives the 
High Sign 



Bathtime Stories 



Hiding from the Host- 
ess (Turn Me Around) 



In Flowery Beds of 
Heart's-ease 



Betty Weill — Ready for 
Attack 



Sea Court — Inn-By- 
the-Sea 




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Bayou Portage 
A Perfect Week-end 



"Peace and Quiet" 
Huckleberry Lodge 



HUCKLEBERRY HILL 



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FLYING STREAMERS 

Betty: "Who is cooking now that the regular chef has gone to the war?" 
Jackie: "Willie has taken over." 
Betty: "Where there's a Willie, there's a way!" 

■f i i 

GRACE UNDER PRESSURE 

Enthusiast: "Wasn't that pianist wonderful? Didn't he play beautifully!" 
Mr. Davies: "He was very dignified!" 

v i i 
Mrs. Cox (to hostesses) : "Come in! Have seats! These are reserved for dates." 
Mrs. Marsh: "We are not dates. We are prunes. 

1 i i 
Talk of the college year-book, obviously, was in the air; for one Sunday when the 
waiter put the platter of chicken on the table, Jean Hurley inquired of her hostess, 
"Is that seagull on that dish?" 

1 i i 
Doris (as four girls approached the table on the evening of the Dance League Dinner) : 
"Did you see us running around like stray dogs?" 

Miss Evans: "That's all right! You won't have to stray any further. Come eat with me." 
Gail: "At last we have found a Dog House!" 



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FLYING STREAMERS 



First Soldier: "What do you think of my girl?" 

Second Soldier: "I'll say she is a chick of a heart throb. She is in her early nicoteens." 

i i i 

My life is mine to save or spend, 
Mine to keep or mine to end, 
Mine to live from day to day 
However I wish, in my own sweet way — - 
So why don't you mind your own business? 
4 4 4 
Corky: "Do you use tooth paste?" 
Julie: "Don't be silly, my teeth aren't loose!" 

4 i i 
And there was the tugboat that committed suicide when it discovered that its mother 
was a tramp and its father was a ferry. 

4 / i 
Mrs. Cox: "Some of your gowns are fitting and proper, others are just fitting." 

• -f i 
One lecturer on this campus was so boring in one of her classes that two empty seats 
got up and walked out. 

4 4 4 

Bobbie: "How do you like our little town?" 

Maria: "It's the only cemetery I've ever seen with lights in it." 

4 i i 
Dot: "Mv feet hurt." 
Barb: "What's the matter?" 
Dot: "I've been biting my nails again." 

4 4 4 
A lecture is that process whereby ideas pass from the notebook of the instructor to 
the notebook of the student without affecting the mind of either. 

4 i i 
Said the bartender to the cigarette, "You're lit." 
Said the cigarette to the bartender, "Put me out before I make an ash of myself." 

4 i i 
Teacher: "Will you girls in the back of the room please stop exchanging notes?" 
Student: "They aren't notes, they're cards. We're playing bridge." 
Teacher: "Oh, I beg your pardon." 

4 i i 
First Gal: "What's a military objective?" 
Second Ditto: "Just walk past those soldiers on the corner. You'll find out." 

4 i i 
Hoo: "I like math when it isn't over my head." 
Eby: "That's the way I feel about pigeons." 



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He would make an excellent soldier — just the type — strong, courageous, ready to step 
into any peril, never stops to question orders, he just carries them out. You know — a 
moron. 

i i i 

Dean Hatcher: "What is geometry?" 

H. S. Student: "The little acorn grew and grew and one day woke up and said, 

'Gee-om-etry.' " 

i 1 i 

Ed: "What's your name?" 

Strom: "I don't know, but I'm beautiful." 

i i i 
A blind date is a stick of gum with hornrimmed spectacles that never forgets who 
dated him. 

i 1 i 

When the roll is called up yonder 
I may find with deep remorse 
True to form again, I have been 
Dropped completely from the course. 
i i i 
He's the kind of a fellow that would marry Ann Sheridan for her money. 

i i i 
Miss Knoth: "Can you tell me one of the uses of cowhide?" 
Mimi: "Yes, it keeps the cow together." 

i i i 
Barb: "I would like some alligator shoes." 
Marg: "What size does your alligator wear?" 



WHAT AMERICA MEANS TO ME 

My love is not America, It's saying ivhat I want to. 

Nor is it Uncle Sam; And writing ivhat I will, 

It's something else that reigns with It's thinking as my mind dictates, 

strength With hope of living still. 

Throughout this mighty land. T . . ., ... 

Its arguing with neighbors, 

That something else is freedom, And having street corner rallies; 

And what it means to me, It's ice cream cones and little boys 
Is hope, and faith, and peace of mind, Still free to play in alleys. 

"From sea to shining sea." 

It's all these things rolled into one, 

That give the mighty whole, 
Of freedom of the heart and mind, 

And freedom — of the soul. 

— Frances Wickliffe. 



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A D V E H T I S E H 



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HOTEL MARKHAM 



Gulfport's Finest Hotel 



Every Room 

With Bath 

Strictly 

Modern and 

Gulfport's 

Only 

Fireproof 

Hote 



All 

Outside 

Rooms 




EUROPEAN PLAN 

Students of Gulf Park College, their friends and relatives are cordially invited 
to make themselves at home in this hotel whenever they are in Gulfport. 



Crystal Ballroom 

Beauty Parlor 



Artesian Swimming Pool 
Roof Garden (160 Feet Above the Gulf) 
Air Conditioned Coffee Shop 

Complete Valet Service 

Automobile Storage Garage 

Travel and Information Bureau 



"An Institution in Keeping With the Grandeur and Beauty of the 
Mississippi Gulf Coast" 



Gold Room 
Barber Shop 



Member of American Hotel 
Association 



GEO. M. WILKINSON 
Manager 



THE CORNER HOUSE 

Located in the Markham Hotel 

For Gifts, Novelties, Sodas, Sandwiches, Candies, Etc. 

Just tell your friends to meet you at the Corner House ■ Patronized and Approved by Gulf Park College 






Carolyn Modes ;. Van Raalte 

• COATS • SUITS • DRESSES 


• SILK UNDERWEAR 


Jeanne Barrie # Fashion Plate 

• COATS • SUITS • DRESSES 


• SHOES 


Claussner Brewster 

• HOSE "" 


• HATS 



Dorothy Gray and DuBarry 
FACIAL CREAMS AND CLEANSERS 



Tabu 



Lentheric 



Guerlain PERFUMES 



Compliments 
of 

LOOSE-WILES BISCUIT 
COMPANY 

Bakers of 

SUNSHINE BISCUITS 



GREETINGS TO GULF PARK 

JACKSON AND TAYLOR 

ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE 

Life, Accident, Automobile, Fire 

Representative 

The Travelers Insurance Company 

HARTFORD, CONN. 

Bank of Gulfport Bldg. 

Telephone 46 Gulfport, Miss. 



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INSURANCE AGENCY 



Hatten Building 
Suite 313 



PHONE 82 



GULFPORT, MISS. 



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PHONE 1313 



GULFPORT, MISS. 



STEWART-SNEED-HEWES 




Incorporated 




INSURANCE AND BONDS 




Insure and Be Sure 


170 


I4I4-B 25th Ave. Phone 


GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 





LORAINE FLOWER SHOPS 

"Coast's Leading Florist for Three 
Generations" 



GULFPORT 
PHONE 1959 



PASS CHRISTIAN 
PHONE 234 



Free Delivery to All 
Parts of Coast 

LORAINE R. ADAMS, Manager 



GULF PAINT & GLASS CO., Inc. 

GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 

Paints, Varnishes, 
Wall Paper and Glass 

WE SERVE GULF PARK— WHY 
NOT YOU? 

PHONE 522 



With Our Compliments to 
Gulf Park College 

Whom We Have the Pleasure of Serving 

H. T. COTTAM COMPANY 



PHONE 182 



GULFPORT, MISS. 



FRANK'S PLACE 

For Fruits and Produce 
Oysters in Season 

Phone 9I4C 

'WE SERVE GULF PARK- 
LET US SERVE YOU' 



TOMLINSON INSURANCE AGENCY 

S. A. TOMLINSON, Agent 

Hancock Bank Building 

PHONE 135 GULFPORT, MISS. 



Compliments of 

RANKIN-WEBB INSURANCE 
AGENCY 



GULFPORT, MISS. 



PHONE 31 



Compliments of 

BARRETT'S CLEANERS 

TO 

The Students of Gulf 
Park College 

We are Grateful for the Privilege of 
Serving You 

PHONE 6 



YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME 

AT 

GRANT'S 

WALGREEN SYSTEM DRUG STORE 



VOGUE 
FLOWER SHOP 

"Flowers for All Occasions" 



Markham Hotel Bldg. 



Phone 370 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

THE JAY-JAY MOTOR 
COMPANY 

Gulfport, Mississippi 



MERCHANT'S CAFE 

Twenty-Sixth Avenue — Next to Paramount 
Theatre, Gulfport, Miss. 



EXCELLENT FOOD 



C. C. BURROW, Owner 



PHONE 797 



The Photographs in This Annual 
Were Made by 

SALE'S STUDIO 

FOR PORTRAITS WITH CHARACTtR 
LET US MAKE THEM 



Medical Building 



Fourteenth Street 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

J. C. PENNEY 
COMPANY 





Get It From 




Sm 


ith-Todd Hardware 

Gulfport, Mississippi 
Phone 81 


Co. 



SOUTHERN SPECIALTY 
SALES CO., INC. 



LAWN MOWERS 



821 St. Charles 



New Orleans, La. 





J. 


A 


. STYRON ENGRAVING 
COMPANY 

ENGRAVERS— STATIONERS 




607 


Mi 


am 


St. Shreveport, 


La. 



ENGLISH VILLAGE TOURIST 
COTTAGES 

One Block East of Gulf Park 

Recommended and Patronized by Patrons of 

Gulf Park College 

PHONE 325-J 



Compliments of 
GULFPORT OFFICE OF 

SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND 
TELEGRAPH CO. 

Gulfport, Mississippi 



Stratakos Candy Company 

Makers of 

FINE HOME MADE CANDY 
AND PECAN PRALINES 



THE "Y" HUT 

Appreciates Your Patronage 



Compliments of 

A FRIEND 



HOWELL HOUSE 

For the Gift Unusual 
Gulfport, Miss. 



Compliments of 

BUTLER AND BARRETT 

INSURANCE 



Gulfport, Miss. 



Phone 128 





Barb 


er an 


d Thatcher 








Sporting 


Goods- 


—Novelties — News 








Lending 


Library 


Greeting Cards 






Phone 


236 G 


ulfport, 


Mississippi 


Box 


306 



Compliments of E. A. LANG 

Pass Christian, Miss. 
INSURANCE REAL ESTATE 



Compliments of 

ROBERT H. CROOK 

Certified Public Accountant 
Meridian, Miss. 





BARTLETT CHEMICALS, 


nc. 




Water 


at Gulf Park College Purified 


by 


Chlori- 


nation with "Diamond" Brand Liquid 


Ch 


orine 




Sold by 








BARTLETT CHEMICALS, 


nc. 






New Orleans, Louisiana 







MARINELLO BEAUTY 
SHOPPE 



2417 14th St. 



Gulfport, Miss. 



GULFPORT 
LUMBER AND COAL COMPANY 

All Kinds of Building Material 
Phone 406 Gulfport, Miss. 



Southern Stationery Co. 

Stationery, Greeting Cards, Portable Typewriters 
Sold and Serviced 

Phone 520 for Delivery 



GREAT SOUTHERN HOTEL 

THE ARISTOCRAT OF SOUTHERN TAVERNS 




In a Tropical Garden on the Beach 



Rates by Day and Month 



HOME OF MISSISSIPPI'S FINEST COFFEE SHOP 



Fireproof Sprinkler System 



PHONE 1861 



S. J. SAVARESE, Manager 




your" QYocer's 






None 
Better^ 

Prove It For 
Yourself 




Be Coffee Wise 
Not Coupon Foolis 

COPYRIGHT 1921 BY MERCHANTS COFFEE CO. OF NEW ORLEANS, LTD 




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MONTAG BROTHERS 

Incorporated 
Manufacturers of 

MONTAS'S FASHIONABLE 
WRITING PAPERS 

Gulf Park College Students' Store Recommends 
Our Stationery 



Atlanta, Ga 



New York 



MOODY'S TOURIST COURT 




(Recommended by Gulf Park College) 




TWO MILES EAST OF 




GULF PARK COLLEGE 


Whc 


Recommends Unreservedly These Beautiful, 


Coo 


Camps to Our Patrons While Sojourning on 




the Coast 


Box 


202 Gulf port Phone 9181 



GULFPORT PRINTING 
COMPANY 

RALPH E. BRASH, Manager 

SPECIAL COLOR WORK 

SCHOOL AND COLLEGE PRINTERS 

EMBOSSED AND ENGRAVED 

STATIONERY 



Phone 789 



Gulfport, Miss. 



Gulf Park College Girls 
Select Their Clothes 

at 
Ct» Lj Z 

MAYER 



l:lj. ltd. 



New Orleans Memphi 



Birmingham 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

PEERLESS ICE CREAM 
COMPANY 

J. K. MILNER, Prop. 

Phone 102 Gulfport, Miss. 



THE 

DIXIE PRESS 

CREATIVE 
PRINTING 

GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



USE 
GOOD GULF GASOLINE 

Distributed by 

W. M. WHITE 

GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



Phone 330 



Box 86 



1325 Twenty-eighth Avenue 



COAST ROOFING AND 
SHEET METAL 

Incorporated 
N. A. RICE, Manager Gulfport, Miss. 

Complete Equipment to Fabricate All Forms of 
Sheet Metal Work 

Approved Roofers and Distributors of Composition 
Roofing, Asbestos, Slate and Tile 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



A FRIEND 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

GULF PORT CHAMBER 
OF COMMERCE 



GULFPORT LAUNDRY & CLEANING CO. 

A Modern Up-to-Date Plant 

YOUR LAUNDRY, DRY CLEANING, DYEING, RUG CLEANING 
IS SAFE IN OUR HANDS 

We Store Rugs and Clothing 
WE SERVE GULF PARK COLLEGE 



318-22 Thirtieth Avenue 



Phone 280 



Gulfport, Miss. 











JONES BROS. DRUG CO. 

The Rexall Store 

GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 
PHONES 130, 131 











GULF PARK COLLEGE 


BY-THE-SEA 


A Fully Accredited Junior College for Girls 


Outdoor Life the Year Round 


Delightful Surroundings and Climate on the Beautiful Mississippi Gulf Coast 


THE LIBERAL ARTS COURSE 


COMPRISES TWO YEARS' COLLEGE WORK, IN ADDITION 


TO THE HIGH SCHOOL 


MUSIC, ART, SPEECH, HOME ECONOMICS, SECRETARIAL SCIENCE, 


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 


National Patronage, Limited Enrollment 


PRESIDENT RICHARD G. COX 


GULFPORT, MISS. 



Golf, Tennis, Riding, Swimming, 
Boating and Fishing 




EDGEWATER GULF HOTEL 

EDGEWATER PARK 
On the Mississippi Gulf Coast 

A. P. SHOEMAKER, JR., Manager 

Between Biloxi and Gulfport 

Phone 1270 Open the Year Around 



THE ELITE SHOPPE 

LADIES WEARING APPAREL 

Phone .414 2418 Fourteenth Street 

GULFPORT, MISS. 



GRAEME 775 SPRING AND 
AXLE SERVICE 

We Know the Meaning of the Word Service 
Give Us a Trial 



O. K. SHOE SHOP 

For the Best of Material and Quality 
Workmanship 

Leave Your Shoes With Us 



THE OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY 

2505 14th Street Phone 101 I 

Stationery — Greeting Cards — Gifts 





Compliments 


of 


STONE 


ICE 


CREAM 


COMPANY 


Phone I75S 




2223 Fourteenth Street 



ELBERT DOLE 

Portraits and Scenic Photography 

Just East of College Campus 



Genuine Engraved: Commercial Stationery, Social 
Invitations, Calling Cards 

SCHMIDT BROTHERS 

Steel and Copperplate Engravers 

Since 1894 

Diplomas — Commencement Invitations 

Phone Raymond 1461 

615 POYDRAS ST. NEW ORLEANS 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



MISSISSIPPI POWER 
COMPANY 



Why Fifteen Million Women 
Cook With 

GAS 

Because Gas Cooking Is 

BETTER— QUICKER 
CHEAPER 



THE 

SOUTHWESTERN 

GAS & ELECTRIC 

COMPANY 

Serving Natural Gas to the Communities 
of the Mississippi Gulf Coast for All Do- 
mestic, Commercial and Industrial Purposes 



COMPLIMENTS 

UNITED CASH 
GROCERY 

Incorporated 

L. A. KOENENN, Manager 
Phone 322-321 GULFPORT, MISS. 



HAUSMANN, INC. 

New Orleans' Leading Jewelers 

SPECIAL DEPARTMENT FOR COLLEGE AND 
FRATERNITY JEWELRY 

We Carry a Full Line of Favors Suitable for All Occasions 




J. C. CLOWER FURNITURE CO. 

"The Furniture Men" 

FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS 

GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



HAMILTON BROTHERS 
COMPANY, INC. 

HEATING, PLUMBING, SHEET 
METAL, ROOFING 

Quick Repair Service 
Phones 88-488 Gulfport, Mi 



GULFPORT SHOE SHOP 

(CABIBI'S) 
MODERN EQUIPMENT 

We Feature Invisible Half Soles 



2609 14th Street 



Gulfport, Miss. 



JOSEPH K. FASOLD 

JEWELER 

We Specialize in College and Fraternity 
JEWELRY 



2412 14th Street 



Gulfport, Miss. 



YESTERDAY-TODAY-TOMORROW 



DAY'S 



Has, Does and Will Express Appreciation For the Trade of Gulf Park 
College Girls by Being Accommodating 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



THE LITTLE MAN'S 

One Block West of Gulf Park 

Where the Gulf Park College Students 
Congregate 






The 
Daily 
Herald 

Mailed to Your Address for Only 

65c a Month 

Herald Building Herald Building 

Biloxi, Mississippi Gulfport, Mississippi 



RICH'S 
FLOWER SHOP 



Phone 47 
Night Phone 247 



2414 14th Street 



Gulfport, Miss. 



MILLER BRYANT PIERCE 

Division of L. C. Smith & Corona Typewriters, Inc. 

Manufacturers of 

Inked Ribbons and Carbon 

Papers 

General Offices and Factory 
AURORA, ILL, U. S. A. 

Mobile Branch 
L G. BEAUVAIS, Manager 

305-6 Merchants National Bank Building 
Mobile, Alabama 



Drink 




in Bottles 
GULFPORT 

Telephone 374 29th Ave. and 13th St. 




First in Fashion for 
100 Years" 



HOLMES 



New Orleans' Quality Department Store Now Celebrating 100 Years of Service 



Compliments of 

GULFPORT FEED STORE 

We Serve Gulf Park Co'leqe 

May We Serve You? 

1600 25th Avenue Phone 151 Gulf port, Miss. 



You'll get a lot of fun out of life and enjoy better health by drinking 
Arcadia-Ness pasteurized milk regularly. 

Milk adds years to life and life to years. 

The people of the world who have consumed generous quantities of 
milk are noted for their fine stature, their longevity and their health. 
Remember too, Arcadia-Ness ice cream is a delicious health food. 



MILK 





GULFPORT 



PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS 

Air-Tight Bottles for Your Protection 

BILOXI PASS CHRISTIAN BAY ST. LOUIS 

Phone 216— All Cities Listed Above 



PASCAGOULA 



M. SALLOUM DEPT. STORE 



Best of Everything for the Entire Family 



CORNER OF 26TH AVE. AND I4TH ST. 



PHONES 673—169 





HANCOCK 


BANK 




SERVES 






THE MISSISSIPPI 


GULF 




COAST 






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GULFPORT 




PASS CHRISTIAN 


PHONE 43 


BAY ST. LOUIS 
PHONE 108 


PHONE 73 



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